Pathways to Fire Resilience Webinar

Watch the recording on YouTube How do we make our rural communities better prepared for wildfire? What resources and plans can support the safety of our firefighters, citizens, and homes? The following speakers will cover these topics and more, and are prepared to answer your questions! Pathways to Fire Resilience Panelists included: Ali Freedlund, Trees…

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Reckoning with Fire in the Klamath Mountains and the West

fire buring low to the ground in a conifer forest

Fire Management in Northern California and Oregon By Will Harling,MidKlamath Watershed Council “Indian know, and bye-un-bye White Man say he know too, but Indian say, WHITE MAN YOU KNOW TOO LATE.”—Klamath River Jack, May 27, 1916, in correspondence with U.S. Forest Service Ranger Jim Casey Sometimes it feels too late. Like the boulder has rolled…

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Of Fire and Myth: Will Harling, Bigfoot, and the Power of Place

This story originally appeared on the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network blog, at To have stories like this one on Fire Adaption delivered to your inbox weekly, visit By Lenya Quinn-Davidson I grew up in the heart of Bigfoot Country. Trinity County, California: a place where stories of Bigfoot encounters are common, even…

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